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The presidential candidates are looking to Tuesday, when 16 states and a U.S. territory will hold political contests. Up for grabs are 613 delegates for the Republicans and 1,315 for the Democrats, about 60 percent of the support needed to seal the nominations.

CALIFORNIA

No state offers more delegates. The Republican winner-take-all contest will allocate 162 delegates. The Democrats, who in each state assign delegates proportionally based on votes, will allocate 367 delegates.

Delegates at stake in other states:

CONNECTICUT
Democrats: 54
Republican: 25

GEORGIA
Democrats: 77
Republican: 54

HAWAII (caucus)
Democrats: 22

IDAHO (caucus)
Democrats: 18

MAINE
Democrats: 23
Republican: 14

MARYLAND
Democrats: 68
Republican: 31

MASSACHUSETTS
Democrats: 93
Republican: 37

MISSOURI
Democrats: 75
Republican: 35

NEW YORK
Democrats: 243
Republican: 101

NORTH DAKOTA (caucus)
Democrats: 14

OHIO
Democrats: 146
Republican: 69

RHODE ISLAND
Democrats: 22
Republican: 14

VERMONT
Democrats: 15
Republican: 12

WASHINGTON (caucus)
Democrats: 75
Republican: 25

AMERICAN SAMOA
(caucus)
Democrats: 3

MINNESOTA (caucus)
Non-binding Republican straw poll. The state has 34 delegates.

DELEGATES SO FAR*

Republicans

  • Bush: 163
  • McCain: 100
  • Uncommitted: 12
  • Keyes: 5

Democrats

  • Gore: 42
  • Bradley: 27

* Estimated as of late Tuesday night.

- ASSOCIATED PRESS

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